3 edition of have-more plan for a little land, a lot of living found in the catalog.
have-more plan for a little land, a lot of living
Edward North Robinson
|Statement||by Ed and Carolyn Robinson.|
|Series||The "have-more" plan reference library|
|Contributions||Robinson, Carolyn, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S521 .R533 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 326 p.|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||agr47000023|
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The "Have-More" Plan (Paperback) "A Little Land -- A Lot of Living": How to Make a Small Cash Income into the Best and Happiest Living Any Family Could Want. By Ed Robinson, Carolyn Robinson. Storey Publishing, LLC,72pp. Publication Date: January 6, He was inspired to do this after reading The Have-More Plan – A Little Land, A Lot of Living.
A book written by Ed and Carol Robinson about escaping the urban for the rural way of life. After hiring Ed Robinson to create a marketing pamphlet the A Little Power-A Lot of Living pamphlet was published.
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